Arkansas Hunter Education Classroom
For more information see PCEC at Cook's Lake Special Instructions for All Students The Potlatch Conservation Education Center at Cook’s Lake in Casscoe invites you to take the Arkansas Hunter Education Course. Registration required. Visit' www.register-ed.com' to register. Lunch not provided. Bring a sack lunch. Who Needs Hunter Education? Anyone born on or after Jan. 1, 1969, must complete a hunter education course and carry a valid hunter education card to hunt in Arkansas. Children under 16 may hunt without hunter education as long as they are under the direct supervision of an adult who is 21 years old. There is no specific age requirement to enroll in hunter education. However, the educational material is based on a sixth-grade reading level. Arkansas recognizes hunter education cards from other states. Arkansas’s hunter education program is recognized in all states as well as in Canada and Mexico. There is no fee for this program thanks to your support of the 1/8 Cent Conservation Sales Tax. For more information, please contact the Potlatch Conservation Education Center at 870-241-3373.
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About Arkansas Game and Fish Commission
The traditional hunter education class is a 10-hour instructor led classroom course with hands-on demonstrations. Classes may be a few hours a night for 3 or 4 nights or an all-day class. The final class will end with a test to pass the course.